Posts Tagged ‘MN’

Semantic Web Jobs: Mayo Clinic


The Mayo Clinic is looking for a Senior Ontologist in Rochester, MN. The post states that this position will “Provide leadership in the development, management and implementation of the Mayo Consumer Vocabulary to support navigation systems, search mechanisms, search engine optimization and personalized delivery of health information and services for Mayo Clinic Global Products and Services. Works collaboratively in cross functional teams to assess ontology needs to support product development across the department. Evaluates content domains, conducts content audits and analysis to inform the ongoing development of the Mayo Consumer Vocabulary. Supervises and directs ontology specialists and manages projects requiring substantial intra-organizational coordination.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: University of Minnesota

The University of Minnesota is looking for a Web Applications Developer in Minneapolis, MN. According to the post, “The Web Development department supports multiple projects using JavaScript, PHP and MySQL, including a large site driven by the Drupal CMS. The Web Applications Developer will lead in implementing and extending the Drupal CMS for the main public facing web site of the University Libraries (, creating customization and personalization options for library users, optimizing library web site(s) for mobile devices, designing new sites, and using new web services technologies to improve the user experience in discovering, searching, finding, or accessing library materials and content. The Web Applications Developer is expected to exemplify software development best practices (source control, automated testing, deployment tools, devops, etc.) and write good documentation.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: University of Jena & Tanson

A PhD position is open at the Institute of Computer Science at the University of Jena in Germany. According to the post, “The work will focus on the integrated management of heterogeneous user related information derived from different (personal) devices with the help of a portal. The research group has broad experience within the area of Web Portal technology, semantic description of resources and context-adaptability. The PhD research will be performed under the guidance of Prof. Dr. Birgitta König-Ries and Prof. Dr. Martin Welsch in cooperation with the IBM Germany Research & Development Laboratories at Böblingen, Germany. The aim of the project is to perform research and develop prototypes that use Web Portals to provide an integrated, user centric management of heterogeneous devices and the event and data oriented information they can provide and the services they can offer. Read more